Mindfulness and Contemplative Practices as Part of a Culture of Care

Thursday, April 11, 2019 | 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm | CETLS, S510D

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  • Lesley Rennis (Health Education)
  • Precious Sellars-Mulhern (Counseling Center)
Mindfulness and other contemplative practices encourage both introspection and deep noticing in our interactive spaces: the art of being present. In this third workshop we will move more deeply into understanding how the practice of mindfulness can help to create a culture of care for both students and faculty at BMCC.  We will continue to explore how we achieve non-judgmental self-awareness and situational awareness (the act of “just noticing”) and how we can enfold these transformational processes into the greater institutional culture of our college community.


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This event is the third of a three-part series focused on incorporating mindfulness and contemplative practices into our teaching and professional practice. The Mindfulness and Contemplative Practices workshop series is organized by the Campus Culture group of the CETLS Advisory Board:

  • Mindi Reich-Shapiro (Teacher Education)
  • Daly Guilamo (Center for Ethnic Studies)
  • Cheryl Christopher (Allied Health)



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